Structure for assessment
The school follows the new CBSE guidelines for examinations and may vary as per boards instructions. Currently the academic year is divided into two terms (Term-I and Term-II).
There is a uniform system of assessment and examination for classes 5 to 10 with emphasis on pen-paper tests for which report cards are provided.
As per the new system, an 80 marks assessment is held at the end of each term covering the entire syllabus. In this, 5 marks weightage is given to pen-paper tests, 5 marks weightage to multiple assessment (Strategies to be used- Quizzes, Puzzles, Oral tests etc) and a 10 mark weightage is given to notebook submission and Subject enrichment activities.
There is a Uniform System of Assessment for classes V-X.
Half Yearly Examinations of 80 marks weightage are conducted in the month of September of each academic year, covering the course completed up until the announcement of exam dates.
The Uniform Assessment System is followed for classes V-X.
Yearly Examinations of 80 marks weightage are conducted in the month of February or according to the datesheet issued by CBSE for board examination.
As per the CBSE new guidelines the assessment structure for senior secondary classes was also remodelled. All students were made to appear for Board Examinations at the end of the academic session in which the entire syllabus was assessed.
Note: This can be done twice in an academic session- average/best of two can be given.
Skills to be learned in the co-curricular domain are described as the desired behaviour connected to the learner’s life skills, attitudes, interests, values, co-curricular activities, and physical health.
At DPS Warangal, a comprehensive evaluation for monitoring students’ success in reaching goals connected to the scholastic and co-scholastic domains is always performed.Typically, Co-Scholastic elements are either excluded entirely from the evaluation process or they are not given adequate attention; but here the school both Scholastic and Co-Scholastic aspects are given due importance.
Detailed reports are issued to the parents and guardians at the end of each term. A student’s performance throughout the year, and their exam results are taken into consideration for advancement.
Remedial support is provided to the students who need special attention at every stage. There are extra classes arranged before the commencement of the term exams to prepare them for core subjects.